,” CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” and “The View.”On May 20, 2012, Arsenio was crowned the “Celebrity Apprentice” for Season 5of Donald Trump’s hit reality show on NBC, where he competed for his charity, The Magic Johnson Foundation.Most recently, he returned to late-night television as executive producer and host of the CBS Television Distribution/Tribune Broadcasting nationally syndicated "The Arsenio Hall Show," which aired on stations around the country during the 2013 - 2014 season.
But the performer has been on the show more than once, and as mentioned in the beginning of the interview with Mr.
Hall, it was Prince who first reached out to Arsenio, congratulating him for returning to late night.
"Arsenio I've reported you to the Carver County Sheriff's office. They are aware you spiked me years ago at Eddie Murphy's house.
You best get tidying your man cave." Hall's legal team filed the lawsuit in Los Angeles, stating the singer is "now known perhaps has much for her bizarre, unhinged rants as for her music." They claim Hall has only had "minimal" contact with Prince while he hasn't spoken with O'Connor in "approximately 25 years." "Hall will not stand idly by while O'Connor attempts to get attention for herself by recklessly spreading malicious, vile lies that he engaged in egregious criminal conduct which falsely links Hall to Prince's death," the lawsuit read.
If you ask different people where they first saw Arsenio Hall, you’d probably geta number of different answers.
But, it was the success of his Emmy Award-winning late night talk show “The Arsenio Hall Show” that made Arsenio a household name.
In 1987, Arsenio was asked to replace Joan Rivers on the Fox Network series“The Late Show.” On the strength of his work as interim host, he was signed toa film and television deal with Paramount Pictures, which subsequently led tothe opportunity to co-write and co-star in the hit (Paramount) comedy “Comingto America.”On January 3, 1989, “The Arsenio Hall Show” made its debut.
Virtually overnight, Arsenio changed the face of late night television by captivating young viewers across the country.
In addition, Arsenio was featured in the HBO Sports Documentary “Magic & Bird: A Courtship of Rivals” which premiered in March, 2010, as well as the A&E two-hour documentary special “The Battle For Late Night,” which premiered in April, 2010.
He was also featured in the NBA Entertainment documentary “The Announcement,” which premiered in March, 2012 on ESPN, where he shares his insight and experience surrounding the day of Thursday, November 7, 1991, when Earvin “Magic” Johnson made people stop and watch at the Forum in Inglewood, California, announcing he was HIV-positive and would be retiring from basketball immediately.
During his successful five-year run as Executive Producer, Arsenio provided a forum for cutting edge comedy, politics and the television debut of such pop superstars as Mariah Carey, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Boyz II Men, and countless others. He followed this up with a two season stint as Host of the new “Star Search” (CBS).